“Banner blindness”

With the record-setting number of online deals on Black Friday, and continuing e-specials last week, it’s no wonder I’m getting ‘banner blindness’ – I no longer see all those intrusive web ads.

Kids and teens aren’t immune to what they see, but that’s not the biggest concern for parents.  According to the new report from Pew, 81% of parents of online teens are concerned with how much information advertisers can capture about their child’s digital activities.  Privacy issues matter, on both sides of the screen.



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